A MULTI-AGENCY rescue took place in the Hobbs Point area last night, Friday, October 8, continuing into the early hours of this morning, Saturday.

Dyfed-Powys Police, a coastguard rescue helicopter, firefighters and paramedics were all tasked to the area shortly before 11pm last night.

The coastguard rescue helicopter was reported to have been searching the area around Pembroke Dock, Neyland, Scoveston and Hazlebeach for around an hour.

Locals reported that Hobbs Point was sealed off to the public during the incident.

Fire crews from Pembroke Dock and Milford Haven were also called to the scene at 10.56pm as well as a rope rescue team from Ponterdawe.

Firefighters used rope rescue equipment and short extension ladders to access a casualty at the scene.

The fire service left the scene at 12.28am.

The Welsh Ambulance Service dispatched a rapid response vehicle and an emergency ambulance to the scene after getting the call at 10.56pm.

Paramedics remained at the scene until 2.30am today.

HM Coastguard were alerted the incident at around 11pm.

Pembroke Dock. St Govans and Dale Coastguard Rescue Teams were sent, alongside Dyfed Powys Police, Mid & West Wales Fire & Rescue Service and the search and rescue helicopter from St Athan.

A spokeperson for the coastguards confirmed that the casualty was winched by the helicopter and then passed into the medical care of the land ambulance.